Here’s How Acorns & Twigs is Changing the Way Children Play at Home

The natural and inspiring supplies from Acorn and Twigs provide an imaginative, simple, and fun-filled experience for your child, while giving a boost to their confidence and awareness.

Iowa, United States - December 7, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

Why not give your kids something other than plastic toys and television entertainment? Acorns and Twigs, founded in January 2017, is the supplier of natural, simple yet beautiful products for all such eco-friendly families who look for simple and quality products for their children. The United States based start-up offers holistic, natural toys, musical instruments and arts & crafts supplies to Waldorf Families.

All around the world, the primary focus of parents is directed towards a healthy development of their child. Waldorf education reflects the basic stages of a child's growth from childhood to adulthood, which in general mirrors the development of humanity through history from our origin, far back in past times up to the present. The natural feeling in each of Acorns & Twigs’ products makes it highly favored in Waldorf communities.

The wide ranges of products include waldorf dolls, waldorf toys, waldorf musical instruments, weaving looms and needle and wet felting supplies. All these natural and inspiring products provide an imaginative, simple, and fun-filled experience for your child.

Acorns and Twigs is making sure your children explore their imagination and creativity through play and creating. This helps youngsters realize their own self both holistically and naturally in body, spirit, and mind. Each product is a natural source of providing confidence, awareness, and originality through the process of child development.

You will find hundreds of beautiful products from natural materials to help the child develop resourcefulness, creativity, and self confidence. In addition, Acorns and Twigs is constantly adding new products to their already interesting range, which implies there is a lot to watch out for in coming days.

About the company:
Acorns and Twigs is a small family start-up located in southeastern Iowa, United States. The company deals in simple natural waldorf toys for eco-friendly people interested in simplicity and quality. The company offers excellent customer service and next day shipping. Acorns and Twigs loves building a strengthened relationship with customers and getting to know their needs and project plans. It discusses the necessary materials and follows up to hear their struggles and triumphs.

Contact Info:
Name: Acorns & Twigs
Email: info@acornsandtwigs.com
Organization: Nature Kids

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